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Rugged Infrared Non-Contact Temperature Sensor


Rugged Infrared Non-Contact Temperature Sensor | OS36-3-RF

Rugged Infrared Non-Contact Temperature Sensor

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  • High Quality Infrared Thermocouple
  • All Stainless Steel Construction Can Withstand Harsh Environments
  • NEMA 4X (IP67) Rated
  • Non-Contact, Sanitary, No Cross Contamination
  • Drift Free Output of 0 to 10V with Changes in Ambient
  • 3:1 (17°) Field of View
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The OS36-3-RF is idea for use in refrigerated foods environments. Highly reliable (minimal downtime), hermetically sealed, immersible for wash downs, with built-in air purge. No span or zero adjustment necessary. The inline design requires no mechanical support. Calibrated for food temperature range -18 to 38ºC (0 to 100ºF). The model features a 3:1 (17°) with a minimum spot size of 6 mm (0.25").

Temperature Range: -18 to 38°C (0 to 100°F)
Analog Output: 0 to 10 Vdc
Power Requirements: 24 Vdc (±5%)
Accuracy: ±3.5ºF of reading
Repeatability: ±1% of reading Ambient Operating Temperature: -18 to 38°C (0 to 100°F)
Storage Temperature: -18 to 38°C (0 to 100°F)
Dimensions: 12.7 OD x 44.7 L mm (0.50 x 1.76") PFA coated lead wires
Transmitter Housing: Stainless Steel, hermetically sealed meets or exceeds all applicable NEMA ratings. Housing electrically isolated from signal
Environmental: Hermetically sealed, exceeds NEMA 4X (IP67), CE and RoHS rated
Spectral Response Time: 6.5 to 14 microns
Emissivity: 0.90
Response Time (95% of Step Change): 250 msec (10 Hz bandwidth)
Field of View: 3:1 (17°)
Minimum Spot Size: 6 mm (0.25")
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Nota: Comes complete with operator’s manual.
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